I always enjoy after-school pick-up. It is a good moment of the day, a mini-reunion the kids and I have five days a week, when the kids have news for me that comes bubbling up the moment I come into their view. I ask about their high and low for the school day and we discuss it all as we drive home to unwind or gear up for our after-school agenda.
I thought it might be fun to have a new way to connect a little more in the middle of their day, so this year I put together some mini-lunch surveys, and thought I would share. Just print, snip into slips, and roll one slip up onto a pencil to drop in a lunchbox.
So then. For your downloading convenience, here are two pages of probing questions, plus one blank page, in case you’d like to write a few questions of your own, or in case your child would like to turn the tables and write a question for you.
Click to download all three pages: Printable Lunch Surveys